Margaret Mary Murphy (1833-1907) was an Irish educator and immigrant who arrived in Texas along with their spouse John B. Murphy in 1849. They were settled in Corpus Christi, where she operated “Mrs. Murphy’s Hospital for the Poor.” Following the death of her husband, she moved to San Antonio, Texas and opened the St. Peter Claver School and the church to African Americans in 1888 at Live Oak and Nolan Streets, located on the city’s east side.
It was the first private school specifically designed to educate African-American kids within Texas and was named after its Jesuit saint, who spent time with enslaved people. The tension and tension caused by prejudice led to the institution’s staff shortage, and Mary Healy-Murphy established an order of religious zeal known as the Sisters of the Holy Ghost to carry on the school’s mission. A1 Water & Mold Removal San Antonio
St. Peter Claver School earned an enviable reputation for its academic excellence and continued to grow throughout the early 20th century. It was transformed in 1970 into The Healy-Murphy Center, and its mission expanded to include pregnant teens dropping out and other young people in need. The organization is still operating in the same place, and the entire area is now a historic district in the local area.
Riverfront artificial cave created by Carlos Cortes, with water features and stalagmites.
Address: Riverwalk N, San Antonio, TX
The Amazing Mirror Maze
The Amazing Mirror Maze is an interactive adventure designed by the most imaginative design team to engage and challenge your brain. However, the Maze is just a part of the excitement! Enjoy the thrill when you travel through the awe-inspiring seven attractions in this thrilling adventure! Three levels of excitement, The Amazing Maze is one of the biggest Mirror Maze attractions around the globe, featuring endless pathways, endless reflections, and a brand new twist and turn around every turn.
Address: 217 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX
LEGOLAND Discovery Center
Get a glimpse of their amazing interactive Lego replica of San Antonio’s most loved landmarks constructed from more than 1.5 million Lego bricks. Visit the historical Alamo or stroll along the famous San Antonio River Walk, or marvel at their massive Tower of the Americas.
Address: 849 E Commerce St # 910, San Antonio, TX
La Villita Historic Arts Village
An artistic square block located within the downtown area of San Antonio. This Artisan village is included in the U.S. government’s National Register of Historic Places, with architectural styles ranging from adobe to the late Victorian and Texas vernacular limestone structures. Nowadays, La Villita is a well-known Artisan and Entrepreneur District with more than 25 galleries and shops that display local products and host more than 200 events annually.
Address: 418 Villita St, San Antonio, TX
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